Year: 2016

Words in Edgewise | Mental Health Edition | April 21

April 21, 2016

Newfoundland dulse Thursday April 21 at 7pm Eastern Edge Gallery Free. All welcome. Join us at Eastern Edge for Words in Edgewise | Mental Health Edition. A group of speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds will share stories, research and experiences related to Mental Health. Steve Kiraly – I’m Not Ill, I’m Me Beth… Read More


Anna Hawkins | How to Chop an Onion

Apr 9 – May 18, 2016

Opening reception + artist talk: Saturday, April 9 7-9 pm Free. All welcome. Read the exhibition text by Nancy Webb. How to Chop an Onion is a 2-channel video installation that involves dissection, reconstruction and loose re-enactment of “how-to” videos found on the internet. Through processes of framing and chromakeying, Hawkins distills and fragments gestures… Read More


DEADLINE APRIL 11 | Job Opportunity with Eastern Edge Gallery

Job Opportunity Eastern Edge Gallery | GTEP Placement for recent MUN grad 2016/­2017 Job Opportunity with Eastern Edge Gallery GTEP Placement for 2016/­2017 Deadline to apply: April 11 2016 (5 pm) Eastern Edge Gallery seeks an enthusiastic recent graduate from Memorial University/Grenfell to take on the role of Gallery Assistant & Logistics Coordinator. This is… Read More


DEADLINE FRIDAY | HOLD FAST 2016 Call for Submissions

HOLD FAST 2016 Call for Submissions HOLD FAST Contemporary Arts Festival August 18-21 2016 St. John’s, NL Deadline for submissions: APRIL 1st 2016 (midnight) Eastern Edge Gallery seeks local, national, and international artists to present their work as part of HOLD FAST Contemporary Arts Festival. Each festival artist will give an artist talk, share skills… Read More


Words in Edgewise: The Grotesque

Mar. 10, 2016

Thursday March 10 7-9pm Free. All Welcome. Tea, wine, beer by donation All proceeds help support Eastern Edge Come eat, drink, and be somewhat merry as Words in Edgewise brings you essays on the sinister, the macabre, the uncanny, the horrific, and most importantly: the grotesque. Krysta Fitzpatrick-Sceviour will be exploring the feminine grotesque in… Read More